Iran Update
Volume: 2 - Issue:  10520 April 2011
Iran Update
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We are delighted to present you with the current issue of Iran Update, a publication of International Solidarity for Democratic Change in Iran (ISDCI).    
Protect Iran's Freedom Fighters in Camp Ashraf
The Time
By Louis J. Freeh and Michael B. Mukasey
In the early hours of Friday, April 8, the Iraqi army assaulted a camp of Iranian civilians, called Camp Ashraf, murdering at least 28 residents and wounding hundreds more.

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Iran Arab minority protest deaths must be investigated
Amnesty International

The Iranian authorities must investigate clashes between security forces and protesters from the Ahwazi Arab minority that reportedly left at least three people dead and dozens injured in the south-western province of Khuzestan, Amnesty International said today.

Security forces reportedly fired live ammunition and used tear gas against protesters.

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Iraq: UN mission voices deep concern at recent camp deaths
UN News Center
The United Nations mission in Iraq today voiced its deep concern at the recent events that led to the deaths of 34 people at a camp housing Iranian exiles, noting that it has repeatedly urged the Government to refrain from the use of force.

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Why does Iran Ache For Camp Ashraf Destruction?
Stop Fundamentalism
As disturbing events of 8 April, 2011 in Camp Ashraf, Iraq still unfold, more than ever, the intentions of the Iranian regime, in persuading Nuri al-Maliki to create such massacre, which by no means will help his already pathetic public image and disgraceful record of human rights, become clear.

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Other Suggested Readings:

 

Massacre proves the dangers of Iran's influence in Iraq 

U.N. rights chief urges probe of deaths at Iraqi camp 

Iraqi army bars burials at Iran rebel camp 

UN says 34 killed at Iranian exiles camp in Iraq

Chairman Kerry On The Violence At Camp Ashraf In Iraq 

Camp Ashraf is a barometer of Iraq's human rights  

Crime against humanity at Camp Ashraf 

Iranian Group Seeks U.S. Shield After Iraqi Raid 

Iraq raid on Iranian exiles' Camp Ashraf 'killed 34' 

UN says 34 killed in Iraqi army raid on Iranian exiles at Camp Ashraf 

  
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Iraq raid on Iranian exiles' Camp Ashraf 'killed 34' 
 
In This Issue
Protect Iran's Freedom Fighters in Camp Ashraf
Amnesty International
UN mission voices deep concern at recent camp deaths
Why does Iran Ache For Camp Ashraf Destruction?
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